For the uninitiated, Ford is up there leading from the front when it comes to full-size family SUVs. The automaker is famed in producing advanced SUVs with the most update innovations. According to the same rumors, the switch will be made sometimes in 2017 after the next generation of the model. Its combination of a lighter aluminum body with EcoBoost engines will delight many enthusiasts as it promises to be more fuel efficient.
The rumors doesn't stop there, they go further to allege that there is already a 2018 Ford Expedition model undergoing testing though under heavy camouflage. A Ford source, speaking on the condition of anonymity, said the vehicle in the spy shots is close to the final version of the Expedition.
The redesigned Expedition has Ford's trademark dip in the front windows near the mirrors, the same styling feature used on Super Duty trucks. The new Expedition appears to be about the same size as the current model. Ford shaved around 350 pounds, on average, off the redesigned 2017 Super Duty by switching from steel to aluminum. The new Expedition could drop more weight.
Close to this engine, a few sources report that we ought to expect 2.7-liter EcoBoost engine in the new model. With this engine it will have the power of 325 hp and 375 lb.- ft. of torque and we can expect fuel economy of 18 mpg in the city and 23 mpg on the interstate. In spite of the fact that the vehicle will keep up the conventional Expedition look, it will be somewhat more extensive and more comfortable contrasted with its predecessors.
if there are no unexpected deferrals or different challenges the vehicle is liable to hit the business sector in late 2017 or mid-2018. The price range will be in the middle of $46,000 and $72,000, yet it will probably tilt more towards the higher end of this range.